SCREEN a film released after 1950 or a documentary ABOUT film history between 1950-Present. For short or feature film selections, see the Filmography at the end of Cooks A History of Narrative Film, which lists significant films for each section of each chapter. Some selections may be available for free access on YouTube or through the De Anza College Library’s streaming services, including Kanopy and Films on Demand. If you subscribe to Amazon Prime, Netflix, or another streaming platform, you may find an appropriate film there. OR Discover an F/TV 2B-appropriate documentary, such as one of the following: San Francisco in the Movies: Bogart and Beyond (Ken Swartz, 48 minutes, KRON 4): https://www.kronon.tv/videos/san-francisco-in-the-movies-bogart-and-beyond-4159434 (Links to an external site.) This is Cinerama (Merian C. Cooper, 124 minutes, 1952): https://deanza.kanopy.com/video/cinerama (Links to an external site.) Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story (Jeffrey Schwarz, 83 minutes, 2008): https://deanza.kanopy.com/video/spine-tingler-william-castle-story-0 (Links to an external site.) Hitchcock/Truffaut (Alfred Hitchcock and Kent Jones, 80 minutes, 2015): https://deanza.kanopy.com/video/hitchcocktruffaut (Links to an external site.) Searching for Ingmar Bergman (Margarethe von Trotta, 64 minutes, 2011): https://deanza.kanopy.com/video/story-film-part-7 (Links to an external site.) Also check online listings for special film screenings and events, such as West Wind Capitol Drive-In 3630 Hillcap Avenue, San Jose $1-8 per person https://www.sanjose.org/listings/west-wind-capitol-drive (Links to an external site.) WRITE several paragraphs about the film within the context of cinema history or about key points that you learned from the documentary or event.